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8mm Cine & Video Tapes to DVD Transfer Service
We capture, and convert your precious home filmed 8mm (Standard & Super 8), VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Mini DV, Digital 8, Micro MV, Betamax and Hi8 camcorder video tapes to DVD or MP4 (Apple Mac PC & iPads), WMV(Windows) and Mpeg2 video files.
These formats will enable you to store your film footage to your computer, iPad or Mac etc. giving you the added benefit of then being able to edit them yourself using iMovie or Windows Movie Maker software.
Please note that we digitaly capture your 8mm movies, your film is scanned frame by frame at a rate of two images per second and digitaly recorded, thus producing the best possible quality from your films.
If you do not know how long your tapes are, then we can time capture your tapes and then inform you of the cost before any work is carried out.
We will acknowledge that your order has arrived by informing you via email or telephone. If you have any questions about the process then please feel free to call us on 07811 401219.
Cine Transfer Price Examples
400 feet reel £38.00 each // 200 feet reel £20.00 each // 50 feet reel £6.50 each
Cine / Video to DVD Transfer. We can transfer most formats of cine film (8mm / 9.5mm / 16mm) to DVD. All work is digitally transferred to DVD.
Video Transfer Price Examples
60 minutes of video from a 8mm, Mini DV, Hi8, Betamax or VHS tape £8.00
90 minutes of video from a 8mm, Mini DV, Hi8 Betamax or VHS tape £10.00
2 hours of video £14.00
3 hours of video £20.00
Extra copies of a DVD £5 each
Our current turnaround time is approx 5 working days.
NTSC (American) to PAL (UK) transfer is also no problem
All of the above price are plus return postage
So preserve your movies and transfer to DVD Today!
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Delivery will be made by Interparcel, you will be able to track your order online to find your scheduled delivery date. Any deliveries scheduled to arrive on the Saturday or Bank Holiday will be delivered the following working day. We aim to dispatch your order within 24 hours of the time the order has been placed.
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